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'm captain houston with the california national guard. i'm with first marine briged. i've been coming to san francisco since may for the planning efforts and i got to participate in the com drill with 6 marines and we were dispersed from all 3 different sites. >> good morning, everybody, my name is michelle geddis, i'm with the san francisco department of emergency management, i'm responsible for the project management ofrs and one of our major programs is the interoperatability program. so i was more than delighted to be part of this com exercise, i was able to be an evaluator at the ocean beach location and we have a lot of lessons learned to talk about. thanks. >> one of the challenges that we have in civilian and also you as military is that common operating picture. how do we make sure that all of our resources in the field, back in the command post, have the same operating picture and we can ensure that we have an unity of effort of everyone. and with the command and control exercise that we started with, this was one great opportunity for the military and the civilian groups
in and opens fire. the video created by the city of houston with homeland security grant trains people to prevent a shooter from finding you and fight back. >> always believe it is not going to happen here. >> reporter: she knows better. she handled the after math of one of the first major mass shootings, the 1993 massacre in san francisco. she says mass shootings have become common. >> we are seeing more of it and i think it is part of our culture today in a way that it never had been. >> reporter: why she advocates live shooter trainings, like this one at a san francisco school. one man acting as the shooter and students and teachers taking cover. >> helps people walk through it, you know where to go, you know where you can hide. >> reporter: she doesn't know how trained teachers at sandy hook elementary school were but they reacted swiftly, hiding students and leading them out of the school. moves that likely saved lives. >> they did an incredible job. >> as a side note, the premier of the newest tom cruise movie has been put off in respect for the connecticut film victims. no new d
like they saw in newtown. the video was made by the city of houston with a grant from the department of homeland security. experts say if you hear gunshots, run, hide or if you have no other choice fight back. we have plenty of questions about what led up to this nightmare in connecticut yesterday. so do our kids. how do you talk to them? jim stier joining us live this morning. it depends on the age of the child. >> that's right. this is so tough for us as parents. it depends on the age of your children. if you have young kids under the age of 7 one of the most important things is turn off the tv set. it's very important that they don't sit there and get mem moreized by the imagines. this is scary. kids almost their age died in this. they're going to have fears and need to be comforted by you. >> it sounds like the problem is when you see these images repeatedly it makes them feel more real and closer to home. >> that's exactly right. remember the young er the kid is, the more likely they're going to feel that. it's going to be important to reassure them that they're safe. they're go
fire. the video created by the city of houston with the department of homeland security grant trains people to flee a shooting scene, prevent a shooter from finding you, and as a last resort, fight back. >> you always believe it's not going to happen here. >> reporter: dr. bobby lambert knows better. a workplace psychologist she handled the aftermath of one of the major mass shootings of our time, the 93 massacre at 101 street in san francisco. since then she says mass shootings have become down right common place. >> we're seeing more of it and i think it's more of our culture today in a way that it never had been. >> reporter: it's why lambert advocates live shooter training at schools and work places, like this one at a south san francisco school a few years ago, one man acting as a shooter and students and teacher taking cover. >> it helps them like a fire drill. so if there is a fire or a shooter in the building, you know where to go and hide. >> reporter: she says from reports, it's clear the teachers reacted swiftly, hiding children in closets and classrooms and leading them o
streak is over. they visit atlanta tomorrow. >>> houston hosted boston today. the real story is, head coach kevin mchale gets a hug from kevin garnet. it was an emotional moment because mchale lost his 23-year- old daughter and the two kevins worked together for the t wolves. with today's tragedy just another reminder that love, friends and family are indeed precious gifts. >>> the raiders wrap up their season, chiefs on sunday as we said despite oakland's own 3-10 record the raider nation isn't giving up. they're going to fill the coliseum which means the game itself will be televised locally. raiders won that game 26-16 but they lost six straight since. and the raiders scored just three rushing touchdowns all season. and they hope mcfadden will get to coach another season. >> this is regular season, nfl football and we're trying to win football games. but in the process we do want to get a chance to look at some young guys. >> former kale outfielder nadi takes his talents to kansas city after signing a minor league contract. he owns a 3.7 era. that is sports on this very emotional f
. >>> houston hosted boston today. the real story is, head coach kevin mchale gets a hug from kevin garnet. it was an emotional moment because mchale lost his 23-year- old daughter and the two kevins worked together for the t wolves. with today's tragedy just another reminder that love, friends and family are indeed precious gifts. >>> the raiders wrap up their season, chiefs on sunday as we said despite oakland's own 3-10 record the raider nation isn't giving up. they're going to fill the coliseum which means the game itself will be televised locally. raiders won that game 26-16 but they lost six straight since. and the raiders scored just three rushing touchdowns all season. and they hope mcfadden will get to coach another season. >> this is regular season, nfl football and we're trying to win football games. but in the process we do want to get a chance to look at some young guys. >> former kale outfielder nadi takes his talents to kansas city after signing a minor league contract. he owns a 3.7 era. that is sports on this very emotional friday night guys. >> absolutely. >> all right, t
the chiefs sunday. he puts his wbo junior feather weight title against houston against the flexing jorge. they are good friends. donar weighed in at 121 and a half. arsay had to take everything off to barely make weight at 122 pounds even. that is a wrap on morning sports. mike shoeman will be here with your highlights at 5, 6 and 11:00 p.m. have a great week everybody. >> coverage of the school tragedy in connecticut continues. a community in mourning today. we just learned the identities of some of the young victims in yesterday's elementary school. we are waiting for that information. we expect it this morning. plus this. >> to be absolutely quiet. there are bad guys out there now we need to wait for the good guys. >> in all of the tragedy life saving stories, the teachers who kept the children safe and calm as the gunmen opened fire in the classroom. >> i am live in golden gate park where later this morning a vigil is set to remember the victims of the connecticut tragedy. the public is welcome. the public is welcome. i will tel and... take care of them, you know? i feel like we've c
and wounded two other students. but young children are victims too. in houston last year, a 6-year-old took a loaded handgun to school. the gun went off. three kids were wounded. many in this country say enough is enough. i'm joined tonight by congressman keith ellison of minnesota and msnbc political analyst and georgetown university professor michael eric dyson. gentlemen, thank you for your time tonight. i'll have an open question to both of you. professor, we'll go with you first. we talk about change in society. what does it take for us to change what we are seeing unfold before our eyes? >> well, ed, our hearts go out to all the victims of this most recent crime and tragedy. the reality is we've got to face the fact that we are addicted to violence in this culture, that at every level we reinforce the notion that violence is an apt resolution of conflict. and beyond that, we've got to deal with the fact that the ready accessibility of guns has led to devastating consequences for untold americans. because it's not only the immediate event that induces trauma, it's the psychic trauma th
's going. or houston the impact. it's just not in their thought process to think that they have a problem with unemployment or housing. detroit, columbus, other places have it. parts of massachusetts have it. other parts of massachusetts don't. so i think this has to be very localized and figure out how you solve that. so it's going to be tight until we get rules figured out and then you bring in private capital. but i'm not sure that's alltogether a bad thing but i think we have a lot more granular by-city or by-community to figure out what the answer should be. >> turning now to the customer relationship and how it's changing in response to the very dramatic developments in the bank and developments over the last several years so, first of all, i was delighted to hear about your efforts regarding home buyer -- over the past few years people need to understand what they are getting into when they make this enormous commitment but let me ask you about the change in the different potential change. it was reported a couple weeks ago in one news article that i saw that the bank was backing o
not know what the toward is talking about. the population is going to. or houston -- it is not in their thought process to think they have a problem with unemployment or housing. other places have it. parts of massachusetts have it. i think this has to be very local to figure out how to solve it. i think the availability of credit is fine. i am not sure that is altogether a bad thing. i think we have a lot more granular to figure out what the right answer should be as opposed to try to figure out by community or state. >> can you talk about the customer relationship and how it changes to the dramatic really some chips with the bank over the last several years. your coverage regarding homebuyer education and the huge lessons of the past few years people need to understand what they're getting into when they make this enormous commitment. let me ask you about a different change in the customer relationship. it was reported a couple of weeks ago of in won a news article or the bank was backing off of a plan for imposing fees. i am curious, was it right? what should we
. >> right. >> houston, dallas had been converted politically by people coming from elsewhere. the intermountain west. so if you halt that, you know, and when you're thinking about latinos as part of a coalition, the key element of that coalition was this mixture of newcomers. latino newcomers and newcomers from other places, particularly if you think to the future of some place like north carolina or georgia, even at congressional district level. so if you halt that, that's one thing. the other question is what do you -- >> or halt it permanently. >> well, no, but for how long? >> slow now. >> we're into a five-year lag, so when does it pick up? how long does it take to get back to the levels of migration that created this political environment, which was created 10 to 15 years ago. and, you know, by the time this latino electorate gets to voting age, you know, will they start voting early? always a question. >> right. >> not, you know, it varies from one cycle to another. very hard to tell. >> right. >> very difficult to understand what mobilizes people when they're young. >
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